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HERMIT KINGDOM: The one thing they don't seem to have run out of is new ways to kill people.
Whether it's the South Korean media or the North Koreans being so is unknown. But we've had the execution by mortar round, the eaten by wild dogs, now the flamethrower. I start to wonder whether there's someone, again whether in the media in the south or the military in the north, who is trying ...
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INNOVATION: Next time you hear that the global rate of innovation is slowing think of this magnificent counter point.  It's a sink and a toilet.
Space-Saving Sink-and-Toilet Combined Design
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ADVERTISING: I've never wanted a Volvo more.  

I still don't really want one but I don't don't want one as forcefully as before.  This ad is brilliant, although deep down I know anything that comes with "plastic nipples" is sure to be a disappointment.
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TWITTER:  People go on it when emotions are running high and maybe they should count to ten first and a consequence posts can be something they may come to regret.  Take this example, where the adrenalin is pumping so much the author writes "Should Of" rather than "Should Have".
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GOLF: It's a good walk spoiled.  But big news: people are whacking the ball too far.  Too far?  Much further than before, anyway.  Far enough that they're hardly even spoiling the walk.  Unfortunately, the attempt to make courses longer appears to have entrenched the advantages of long drives instead of undermined it.  Seems obvious now.
For decades, the Masters was the tournament that favored the putters. But recent winners have proven that not only is this adage no longer true, it may be 180 degrees wrong.
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TAXIDERMY: It must be hard.  It's probably the difficulty in getting practice.  The family pet buys a one way ticket only once every 15 years or so.  My advice: get your eye in with a few hamsters before you botch the beloved moggy.
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TAXIDERMY:  I've never tried it.  Not once do I drive by roadkill wondering how it might look in my house.  How hard can it be?
Showcasing the absolute worst of the taxidermic art. SUBSCRIBE: Home · Random · I Need to Pee. Posted on April 23, 2014 by A Bad Taxidermist. Colorado Fox. Posted on April 15, 2014 by A Bad Taxidermist. White Ferret. Posted on April 7, 2014 by A Bad Taxidermist. Zombie Ferret. Posted on April 1, ...
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ACCIDENTS:  They do happen.  Falling over, treading on the cat or even ordering 5000 cups with a picture of Hitler on.
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GOVERNMENT JOBS:  Over time most agencies morph into elaborate middle class welfare schemes.  Even still, the Italian Tourist Board seems a little out of control: it "spends an astounding 98 percent of its budget on salaries, with basically nothing left for its actual job of tourism promotion."
Tourism ought to be to southern Italy what oil is to Norway: a blessing and a source of wealth.
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IMMIGRANTS: Just think of them as long term tourists.  You'll feel much better.
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QUICK QUIZ: If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?
You think English is easy?
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RANDOM PHOTO OF THE WEEK:  No comment needed for Winnie the Pooh's Todger.
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